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spares, cordon bleu

post #1 of 18
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a guy at work wanted me to make something for his family for dinner,  so i got some cordon bleu going for him.

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i also tossed on a set of spares, i tried out a new dry rub some one gave to me, cabela's baby back rub, i really liked the flavors in it and was very low in salt content.

 

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sorry no money shot on these, they didn't last long enough.

 

i used cherry wood in the AMNS.

 

Thanx for looking.

post #2 of 18

If you would deliver to Omak, I would take some of that...........drool.gif

post #3 of 18

Great looking meal. I'm sure your friend was impressed.

post #4 of 18

What a great looking meal. Nice job

post #5 of 18

Very tasty looking, Red Neck !!!!!!!!

 

Thanks for the views,

Bear

post #6 of 18
Thread Starter 

thank you everyone!!

post #7 of 18

Way to go!!! Everything looks great!!!

post #8 of 18

Looks good, I would luv to see what the cordon bleu looked like sliced!

I suggest, smoke some more and post the pics  icon_biggrin.gif

post #9 of 18

Looks Great...

post #10 of 18

Looks-Great.gifWhat a great friend you are

 

post #11 of 18

Yeah, what they all said!!  care to share a bit more about how you did your cordon bleu? did you flatten and roll, or slit and stuff? It sure looks great, and those ribs look perfect.

post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by TheBarbeQueen View Post

Yeah, what they all said!!  care to share a bit more about how you did your cordon bleu? did you flatten and roll, or slit and stuff? It sure looks great, and those ribs look perfect.



slice and stuff, never tried rolling them before. how well does that work out?

post #13 of 18

Slice and stuff is way easier!  Yours just seem to have such perfect shapes, I couldn't quite tell.  You've got a very lucky friend!! Cheers!

post #14 of 18

Please tell me how you did those cordon bleu things.  i'm looking for something new to do and they look really good.

 

thanks

post #15 of 18
Thread Starter 

these are real simple to make

slice and fold over the chicken breast (don't slice all the way thru)

i put 2 pieces of provalon cheese and 2 slices of brown sugar ham inside the sliced breast and fold together 

you can do a bacon weave around the breast or wrap about 5 pieces of bacon around it

i usually sprinkle some brown sugar over the bacon...gives it a great taste

i set the smoker at 250 and use hickory, apple or cherry wood for smoke..you can use what ever you would like

the main thing...i take mine to internal temp of 160 which usually takes around an hour and 45 min to 2 hours and 15 min

you will loose some of the cheese when it melts...which is normal...

enjoy

post #16 of 18

Man that all looks good!! Great job!!! icon14.gif

post #17 of 18

Thanks. I'm definitely gonna try those.

post #18 of 18

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